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Lynn De Silva - Publications - Selected Books and Papers
... de Silva, Lynn A ... Gunasena de Silva, Lynn A ... Sri Lanka Committee for Publication of Christian Literature de Silva, Lynn A ...
Cricket World Cup Awards - History - 1996 Cricket World Cup
... Man of the Final Match 1996 - Aravinda de Silva - 107 not out and 3/42 The 1996 Cricket World Cup final was between Australia and Sri Lanka ... De Silva then came in to bowl and dismissed both Taylor and Ponting, falling to 4/156 before Stuart Law and Steve Waugh stabilized the innings ... was at 6/202 with Ian Healy and Michael Bevan at the crease, De Silva bowled out Healy but Bevan persisted, taking Australia to 241 ...
Lynn De Silva
... Lynn Alton de Silva (16 June 1919 – 22 May 1982) was a Sri Lankan theologian and Methodist minister ... Lynn de Silva is widely regarded as one of the foremost Christian practitioners of Buddhist-Christian dialogue in Sri Lanka, and also as one of the pioneers in this ... Lynn de Silva's book titled Buddhism Beliefs and Practices in Sri Lanka (de Silva 1974) was mentioned in two journals in the early 1980s as being ...
Lynn De Silva - Family, Education and Career - Career and Activities
... Lynn de Silva's pioneering work in Buddhist-Christian dialogue, and his work in Bible translation, began in the early 1960s after he had completed his service at Seeduwa ... In 1962, de Silva was appointed to serve the National Christian Council at the Study Centre for Religion and Society in Wellawatte, which later became the Ecumenical ... Center that Lynn and Lakshmi had their third child, Shiromi Priyala de Silva (later Rodrigo), on 3 September 1961 ...
List Of Salagamas - Politicians and Trade Unionists
... Nimal Siripala De Silva - Cabinet Minister and Member of Parliament H ... De Silva (of Randombe) - Ex Senior civil servant (Ceylon Civil Service),Ex Cabinet Minister and Ex Leader of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party ... Colvin R de Silva M.G ...

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